20 years ago we approached IT and security quite differently compared to how it is done (or should be done) today. Most organisations had their data centres onsite, housing servers where they kept everything locked away behind a firewall.
The Mirai botnet has been the cause of many notorious DDoS attacks of late, denying access to popular services including Facebook, Amazon, Twitter and Netflix to name a few. The IoT based botnet is now going a step further and is utilising Windows hosts to facilitate attacks
Since the last data protection directive (EU) of 1995, the way in which data is processed has evolved drastically. Up until more recently individual’s rights have not been at the forefront of concern when their data is processed and there has been a divide between individual’s rights for protection and the implementation of new technologies. Moreover, the expansion of technology advancements has resulted in data processing becoming more automated. The enforcement of GDPR focuses the protection of individual’s rights and attempts to bridge this divide that has been apparent for some time. One of many parts of the GDPR is the requirement to carry out a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA).
Event Log Consolidator allows you to view, consolidate, and dismiss event logs and correlate issues among multiple Windows systems quickly and easily from one central location.